Wednesday, June 2, 2021

Are Indian Covid 19 Variants Dangerous? - Science and Technology 13

Fig 01- One of city park corners

Rising of Covid 19 infection rate in India link to at least two factors:

- new Coronavirus variants
- low of vaccinated rate. 3.2% of population got full vaccines.


The Indian variants were identified on October, 2020, then spreading to 40 countries include:

- USA
- UK
- Australia
- Vietnam
- Indonesia
- Singapore
- Japan
- China
- Germany
- Ireland


Fig 02- Foggy street in the morning


Fig 03- Part of our jogging trails

Actually, Indian Coronavirus was dominated by the United Kingdom variant (B.1.1.7), then there are two variants of Coronavirus identified in India:

- B.1.617
- B.1.618

As reported by Nature (24 May 2021), Indian variants known as:

- more contagious
- better to avoid antibodies

B.1.617 is spreading quickly, and to be dominant variant in many part of Indian, and now in many countries of the world.

Scientists believe that this variant (B.1.617) has 13 mutations, and responsible to outbreak in some countries recently.

However, WebMD Health News Brief (written by Ralph Ellis, May 25, 2021) that both Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines are able to protect people against Indian Covid 19 variants.

29 comments:

  1. ...this is a global crisis, we are all in this together!!!

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  2. The situation here in Finland isn't bad at the moment, but it may change if the Indian variant starts spreading. Fingers crossed!

    Stay healthy. 🍎🍉🍇🍌🍊

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    1. Hope, everything goes well with Finland...


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      Are Indian Covid 19 Variants Dangerous? - Science and Technology 13
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      Fig 01- One of city park corners

      Rising of Covid 19 infection rate in India link to at least two factors:

      - new Coronavirus variants
      - low of vaccinated rate. 3.2% of population got full vaccines.


      The Indian variants were identified on October, 2020, then spreading to 40 countries include:

      - USA
      - UK
      - Australia
      - Vietnam
      - Indonesia
      - Singapore
      - Japan
      - China
      - Germany
      - Ireland

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  3. Speriamo che i vaccini proteggano davvero anche dalle varianti....

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  4. Very interesting informations. Have a nice day.

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  5. J'espère qu'il n'y aura pas de nouvelle vague en septembre ou octobre.
    Bonne journée

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      Are Indian Covid 19 Variants Dangerous? - Science and Technology 13
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      Fig 02- Foggy street in the morning

      Fig 03- Part of our jogging trails

      Actually, Indian Coronavirus was dominated by the United Kingdom variant (B.1.1.7), then there are two variants of Coronavirus identified in India:

      - B.1.617
      - B.1.618
      As reported by Nature (24 May 2021), Indian variants known as:

      - more contagious
      - better to avoid antibodies
      B.1.617 is spreading quickly, and to be dominant variant in many part of Indian, and now in many countries of the world.

      Scientists believe that this variant (B.1.617) has 13 mutations, and responsible to outbreak in some countries recently.

      However, WebMD Health News Brief (written by Ralph Ellis, May 25, 2021) that both Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines are able to protect people against Indian Covid 19 variants.

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  6. Love your jogging trail...so clean and green.

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      Are Indian Covid 19 Variants Dangerous? - Science and Technology 13
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      Fig 01- One of city park corners

      Rising of Covid 19 infection rate in India link to at least two factors:

      - new Coronavirus variants
      - low of vaccinated rate. 3.2% of population got full vaccines.

      The Indian variants were identified on October, 2020, then spreading to 40 countries include:

      - USA
      - UK
      - Australia
      - Vietnam
      - Indonesia
      - Singapore
      - Japan
      - China
      - Germany
      - Ireland

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  7. It is very concerning. Wondering just how this virus continues to evolve.

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  8. Definitely something we do have to consider during the days of this long hot summer.

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    1. Hopefully, nothing happen to all of us


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      Are Indian Covid 19 Variants Dangerous? - Science and Technology 13
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      Fig 02- Foggy street in the morning

      Fig 03- Part of our jogging trails

      Actually, Indian Coronavirus was dominated by the United Kingdom variant (B.1.1.7), then there are two variants of Coronavirus identified in India:

      - B.1.617
      - B.1.618
      As reported by Nature (24 May 2021), Indian variants known as:

      - more contagious
      - better to avoid antibodies
      B.1.617 is spreading quickly, and to be dominant variant in many part of Indian, and now in many countries of the world.

      Scientists believe that this variant (B.1.617) has 13 mutations, and responsible to outbreak in some countries recently.

      However, WebMD Health News Brief (written by Ralph Ellis, May 25, 2021) that both Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines are able to protect people against Indian Covid 19 variants.

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  9. Interesting to read, thanks for sharing.

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      Are Indian Covid 19 Variants Dangerous? - Science and Technology 13
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      Fig 01- One of city park corners

      Rising of Covid 19 infection rate in India link to at least two factors:

      - new Coronavirus variants
      - low of vaccinated rate. 3.2% of population got full vaccines.

      The Indian variants were identified on October, 2020, then spreading to 40 countries include:

      - USA
      - UK
      - Australia
      - Vietnam
      - Indonesia
      - Singapore
      - Japan
      - China
      - Germany
      - Ireland

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  10. I wish the variants were not identified by country. There is enough discrimination in the world as it is.

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    1. USA have more than 22 new variants, and almost more than 50 countries have their own new variants....

      to say USA, UK, Japan or other countries variants are not for "discrimination" purposes....many said so...


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      Are Indian Covid 19 Variants Dangerous? - Science and Technology 13
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      Fig 01- One of city park corners

      Rising of Covid 19 infection rate in India link to at least two factors:

      - new Coronavirus variants
      - low of vaccinated rate. 3.2% of population got full vaccines.

      The Indian variants were identified on October, 2020, then spreading to 40 countries include:

      - USA
      - UK
      - Australia
      - Vietnam
      - Indonesia
      - Singapore
      - Japan
      - China
      - Germany
      - Ireland

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  11. I hope that the vaccines are also valid for all the new variants that are appearing.

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  12. Tanza, With the vaccine I feel that we are protected for now. Even if we caught a variant, we would be unlikely to be hospitalized for it. I am equally sure that booster shots of the vaccine...as it is tweaked...will be needed every year, just like the flu shot. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. glad to hear you are confident ...


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      Are Indian Covid 19 Variants Dangerous? - Science and Technology 13
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      Fig 02- Foggy street in the morning

      Fig 03- Part of our jogging trails

      Actually, Indian Coronavirus was dominated by the United Kingdom variant (B.1.1.7), then there are two variants of Coronavirus identified in India:

      - B.1.617
      - B.1.618
      As reported by Nature (24 May 2021), Indian variants known as:

      - more contagious
      - better to avoid antibodies
      B.1.617 is spreading quickly, and to be dominant variant in many part of Indian, and now in many countries of the world.

      Scientists believe that this variant (B.1.617) has 13 mutations, and responsible to outbreak in some countries recently.

      However, WebMD Health News Brief (written by Ralph Ellis, May 25, 2021) that both Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines are able to protect people against Indian Covid 19 variants.

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  13. It looks like the vaccines are protecting against the Indian strain too. But it goes to show that the pandemic is not over before the whole world has gotten vaccinated.

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  14. Lovely photos ~ wishing you good health ~

    Living moment by moment,

    A ShutterBug Expores
    aka A Creative Harbor

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  15. Interesting post. It is very worrying.

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    1. Thanks-
      Are Indian Covid 19 Variants Dangerous? - Science and Technology 13
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      Fig 01- One of city park corners

      Rising of Covid 19 infection rate in India link to at least two factors:

      - new Coronavirus variants
      - low of vaccinated rate. 3.2% of population got full vaccines.

      The Indian variants were identified on October, 2020, then spreading to 40 countries include:

      - USA
      - UK
      - Australia
      - Vietnam
      - Indonesia
      - Singapore
      - Japan
      - China
      - Germany
      - Ireland

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  16. Oh, these variants! This virus sounds more menacing than something out of a sci-fi flick every day. It makes me even more thankful that I got the Pfizer vaccine. On another note, cool pic of the fog. :)

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  17. Yes you are right about the low vaccination rates in India and also it is due to the short supply of vaccines, Since people were hesitant to get it when they were initially available the government exported then and now there is a shortage

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    1. Hope, Indian will solve this problem soon....

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      Are Indian Covid 19 Variants Dangerous? - Science and Technology 13
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      Fig 02- Foggy street in the morning

      Fig 03- Part of our jogging trails

      Actually, Indian Coronavirus was dominated by the United Kingdom variant (B.1.1.7), then there are two variants of Coronavirus identified in India:

      - B.1.617
      - B.1.618
      As reported by Nature (24 May 2021), Indian variants known as:

      - more contagious
      - better to avoid antibodies
      B.1.617 is spreading quickly, and to be dominant variant in many part of Indian, and now in many countries of the world.

      Scientists believe that this variant (B.1.617) has 13 mutations, and responsible to outbreak in some countries recently.

      However, WebMD Health News Brief (written by Ralph Ellis, May 25, 2021) that both Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines are able to protect people against Indian Covid 19 variants.

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